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Professors Eleanor Stride and Roger Reed elected Fellows of the Royal Academy of Engineering

Many congratulations to Professors Eleanor Stride and Roger Reed, in the Department of Engineering Science, who have been elected as Fellows of the Royal Academy of Engineering (RAEng). This is a richly deserved recognition of their contributions to engineering. Fifty of the UK’s top engineers have been elected as Fellows of the Royal Academy of Engineering, in a stellar list that includes some of the world’s leading innovators and business people.

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The Royal Academy of Engineering Colin Campbell Mitchell Award

The Royal Academy of Engineering is to present this year’s Colin Campbell Mitchell Award to three Oxford-based researchers who have developed an innovative, non-contact health monitoring technology capable of observing a patient’s vital signs via a standard digital video camera. The team, who work for Oxehealth, a company spun out from Professor Tarassenko’s lab in the Department’s Institute of Biomedical Engineering (IBME), will be presented with the prize at the Academy’s Research Forum on 4 September. Before joining Oxehealth, two of the three award winners, Oliver Gibson and Nic Dunkley, were DPhil students in the IBME.

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Engineering researchers awarded Best Paper prize for work on “high speed control of power transistor behaviour”

Congratulations to Gwilym Jones, a First Year DPhil student, and Dan Rogers, Associate Professor in the Department’s Energy and Power Group, who have been recognised for their work at the IEEE Workshop on Control and Modelling for Power Electronics (COMPEL 2017) that took place in July in Stanford, California. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is the world’s largest technical professional organisation for the advancement of technology.

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Centre embraces exciting future as it joins the Department of Engineering Science

Move will ensure future sustainability and growth of Centre, says outgoing Director Professor David De Roure [on handing over leadership of the Centre to Dr Wes Armour]

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International Federation of Automatic Control Young Author Paper Prize 2017

Congratulations to Dr Luca Deori, who has been awarded the International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC) Young Author Paper Prize at a prestigious awards ceremony in Toulouse, France. Created in 1986, this is awarded at the IFAC World Congress for the best paper by an author younger than 30 years of age at the time of the conference. IFAC World Congress is held on a triennial basis.

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The 2017 DR Harting Award for Outstanding Paper of the Year

Congratulations to Professor Clive Siviour, Dr Kalin Dragnevski and Omar Islam who received the prestigious DR Harting Award given by the Society for Experimental Mechanics (SEM) at their Annual Conference held in Indianapolis, USA.

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The storm that struck the Mulberry Harbours

Professor Thomas Adcock, Associate Professor in the Department, was recenlty interviewed for the University of Oxford's Science Blog about his newly published research: ‘the waves at the Mulberry Harbours.’ This focuses on understanding the ocean environment and how this interacts with infrastructure. Professor Adcock has a passionate interest in engineering history, particularly the Mulberry Harbours, which were used during the Second World War as part of Operation Overlord (the invasion of Normandy). His Grandfather was one of the engineers who worked on their design and construction.

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Landmark Strategic Research Agreement will benefit millions of NHS patients

A five-year Strategic Research Agreement (SRA) between Drayson Technologies, the University of Oxford and the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (OUH) has just been announced. Millions of NHS patients are set to benefit from the commercialisation of cutting edge technologies invented in Oxford. Underpinned by the University’s academic research excellence, engineering expertise from the Department and the Trust’s clinical validation, the ground-breaking SRA will create a pathway for the production of world-class digital health products, commercialised globally by Drayson Technologies.

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Organ preservation and therapeutic ultrasound expert wins Royal Academy of Engineering Silver Medal

Cold storage of human organs for transplant could be a thing of the past thanks to the work of biomedical engineer Professor Constantin Coussios, Director of the Institute of Biomedical Engineering, who is to receive the Royal Academy of Engineering’s prestigious Silver Medal later this month for work including a ground-breaking method of preserving functioning organs at body temperature. He will receive the medal at the Academy Awards Dinner in London today.

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Dr Priyanka Dhopade makes the top 50 Women in Engineering

Congratulations to Dr Priyanka Dhopade, Senior Research Associate at the Department, who has just been awarded a place in the Top 50 Women in Engineering. Organised by the Women’s Engineering Society and sponsored by a range of industry partners, the Top 50 Women in Engineering under the age of 35 was recently published in a special supplement of the Telegraph. Dr Dhopade received her award at a prestigious ceremony in London on 23 June, which marked International Women in Engineering Day.

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